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Five Treatments to Gift the Cool Mom in Your Life

Some parents are too hip for their own good. Here's how to honor even the edgiest of matriarchs this Mother’s Day.

For the mom who drinks like a Real Housewife

Whether she’s committed to her Pinot Grigio like Ramona Singer or she’s more of an anything-in-a-glass Lisa Vanderpump type, this Mom understands the meaning of a liquid diet. And what better way to keep her hydrated than with an IV treatment. The Royal Flush from Reviv IV Wellness Spa helps replenish minerals and vitamins as well as deliver an energy boost. Because let’s face it, if Mom drinks as many glasses of wine as she throws, she’s going to need those extra electrolytes. 9 a.m.–10 p.m., inside MGM Grand Las Vegas; and 9 a.m.–11 p.m. Sun.–Thurs., 9 a.m.–midnight Fri.–Sat., $249 (locals discount available), inside Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian and The Palazzo,

The Salt Room LV

For the mom who knows her way around a festival

Coachella? Check. Burning Man? Attends every year. Electric Daisy Carnival? Who else is going to chaperone the kids! All that inhaled festival dust and debris builds up, and this mom needs some relief. The Salt Room LV is just the place to get it. Forty five-minute Halotherapy sessions take place in the salt cave, which is composed of walls and floors covered with Himalayan salt. Known for its respiratory and skin healing properties, the salt is also dispersed into the space by a halogenerator. So all Mom needs to do is relax on the zero gravity chair and breathe. 9 a.m.–6 p.m. Mon.–Sat., 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Sun., $35, 1958 Village Center Cir., Suite 7,

For the mom who is zen’d out

Eyes on the back of her head aren’t enough for this mom. No, she’s on another frequency, guided through life by her intuition. So a regular massage won’t do. She needs the Shirodhara Ritual at Spa Aquae to help activate her higher consciousness. Deep-breathing exercises and a neck and shoulder massage lead up to a 20-minute warm-oil drip on the third eye—the point on the forehead between the eyebrows that’s known for power and wisdom in Hinduism. A scalp and full-body massage finish out the 80-minute treatment to keep Mom’s energy balanced. 8 a.m.–7 p.m., open daily, $235 (locals discount available), inside JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa,

For the mom who is constantly mistaken for her daughter’s sister

Is it genetics, or an assist from the facial gods? Who cares—this Mom deserves a face that’s as smooth as the baby bottoms she once cared for. And thanks to a multimillion-dollar upgrade last summer, The Spa at Red Rock by Well & Being now includes the Lancer Glow facials—sought out by some of Hollywood’s biggest names—for the ultimate skin-care treatment. The Lancer Method Facial With Oxygen is 50 minutes of Dr. Harold Lancer’s three-step process: polish, cleanse, nourish. With his namesake product line used throughout the treatment, this
Mom will outshine anyone in the room. 6 a.m.–8 p.m., starting at $190, inside Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa and The Spa at Green Valley Ranch, and

NV Float Therapy

For the mom who needs a break from her yoga pants

Any opportunity to wear workout gear is not to be missed—spin class, Pilates, brunch. Looking fit during motherhood is serious business, so when it’s actually time to rest and recover, this mom wants to shut off completely. That’s where NV Float Therapy comes in. NV Float offers flotation therapy—a sensory-deprivation experience accomplished by floating on saltwater—in a small room as opposed to a tiny tank like the other locales in town. This ensures Mom comfortably gets the full benefits, such as reduced joint pain and increased oxygen flow. But it’s really the hour of being unplugged—and away from the kids—she’s after. 11 a.m.–9 p.m. Mon.–Sat., starting at $65, 2291 S. Fort Apache Rd., Suite 106,